• Nanda
    Philosophical analysis of NANDA This paper is a continuation of a previous philosophical inquiry which explored the tensions and complexities associated with the use of the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA) classification tool to assess coping strategies of Muslim patients with...
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  • The Nursing Process
    (Ackley, 2008). The actual nursing diagnoses are included in a system named “The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association” or NANDA. The RN chooses an approved diagnosis from the NANDA list related to his or her patient. For example, using the previously mentioned patient, the nurse...
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  • Statistics Lab week 6
    (NANDA, NOC, NIC, Omaha System, Perioperative Nursing Data Set, Clinical Care Classification, International Classification on Nursing Practice) has begged the question of how we are to use these recognized entities to achieve our professional goal of generating comparable nursing data. In truth...
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  • Matt's Folder
    of ulcers if using ibuprofen combination product; also bowel status. | MEDICATIONS AND TREATMENT: Medications pertaining to the Medical Dx. Drug(All active medications) | Dosage/Route/Frequency | Classification | Response/Effect | Side Effects | Nursing Consideration | HYDROPHILIC...
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  • Individual Case Study
    family or friends nearby) | |State three nursing diagnoses, using taxonomy of|EGO Integrity-Risk for relocation stress syndrome | |NANDA, formatted using PES, prioritized, and |Depression related to lack of emotional support...
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  • Roy Theory
    using the model in practice, the advantages in using the model clearly outweigh the disadvantages. Nursing Classification Systems and the Model Nursing practice is conducted through the nursing process (Roy & Andrews, 1999). Three American Nurses Association (ANA)-approved classification systems...
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  • Three Approaches to Care
    the use of ED without having a standardized language or vocabulary to describe key components of the care process (Rutherford M., (2008). Classification System Nursing classification systems are basically the articulation of nursing care, using a standardized language that can be easily...
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  • Nursing Process Paper
    hard surface chairs and use of cushions and pillows when in bed. c. Head of bed will be elevated for comfort. Nursing aide will massage sore muscles and joints and use pain relieving creams such as Bengay. ("NANDA INTERNATIONAL," 2012) Risk for Loneliness: a. Patient will demonstrate...
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  • Confidentiality
    advised always to check product information (package inserts) for changes and new information regarding dose and contraindications before administering any drug. Caution is especially urged when using new or infrequently ordered drugs. Not all nursing diagnoses are consistent with NANDA-I. Authorization...
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  • Kolcaba's Comfort theory : Analysis and evaluation
    satisfaction. Extending the theory of comfort to the community and developing the universal nature of comfort are the two current areas of interest. Comfort theory has been included in electronic nursing classification systems such as NANDA (2007-2008), NIC (2001), and NOC (2004). The taxonomic...
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  • From Data, Information and Knowledge to Wisdom
    entities that in of themselves have no meaning. The search for data related to the clinical question was conducted through the Walden Library Health Science and Nursing Databases. DATA TO WISDOM 3 Using the search words Nurse Practitioner and Standardized Nursing Language, both the...
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  • Specialized Standards i
    Institute Inc. and the LOINC committee (Giannangelo, 2010). New versions are released semiannually in June and December of each year (Vreeman, 2010). North American Nursing Diagnosis Association North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA) classification system is one of the terminologies...
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  • Case Study
    Name | Classification | Indication | Action | Route and Dosage | Contraindication | Adverse Reaction | Nursing Implication | Losec; Prilosec. | Omeprazole | Antiulcer, proton pump inhibitor | To treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) without esophageal lesions, to prevent erosive esophagitis...
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  • Care Plan
    , frequency), Classification,Generic name | Mechanism of Action & Desired Effect for assigned patient | Major Side Effects | Nursing Implications | Acetaminophen/Tylenol (nonopiod analgesic) 650 mg po prnPrednisone/Deltasone (corticosteroid) 10mg po Q48hrs | May block pain impulses peripherally that...
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  • Renal Failure
    potassium, and hyperkalemia is a common problem. Hyperkalemia is a serious complication, and may cause life threatening cardiac dysrythmias. Nursing Management Nursing Care Plans Nursing management of clients with CKD according to several nursing diagnosis: 1. Excess Fluid Volume: NANDA...
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  • Psychological Diagnosis
    development of a classification system for nursing diagnosis in 1987. However, the ANA also recognizes the Omaha system and the Home Health Classification system as two additional nursing diagnosis systems currently in use.(Gloria, 2012) The purpose of the NANDA diagnosis list is three fold. First, it...
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  • 1212
    such expectations, so that they can cooperate in their adjustment and in the improvement of their life quality. Reference: North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, Nursing diagnoses: definitions and classification – 2005/2006. Philadelphia, NANDA, 2006; GEORGE, J. B. et al. Theory Nursing...
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  • Student
    stay at the ICU. He had to receive in addition hemodialysis due to his renal disease. He was responding well to the treatment and has a positive family history that will help him with his recuperation. 9 References: 1. Herdman, T.H. (2012) (Ed.). NANDA International Nursing...
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  • Hopelessness Concept Paper
    literature will be used to discuss hopelessness. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the significance of hopelessness using the concept analysis framework discussed by Chinn and Kramer (2008). Significance of Hopelessness to Nursing and Practice: Hopelessness was selected as a concept based on...
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  • Healthy People 2020
    . Explain north american nursing diagnosis association international (nanda-i), nursing interventions classification (NIC), and nursing outcomes classification (NOC) NANDA-approved an official definition for nursing diagnoses, This standardized language, developed at the university of iowa encourages...
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